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Rigging program requirements

RIGGING PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

TSP721


Rigging program requirements

Terminal Objective

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will demonstrate their knowledge of The TVA Rigging Program Requirements according to the TVA Safety Manual, Procedure TSP 721. Successful completion requires a score of > 80% on a written knowledge based exam.


Rigging program requirements

Enabling Objectives

Review and discuss the industry event included in this course for applicability to TVA rigging

2.Match rigging terms to the correct definition as used in TSP721.

3.State the individual roles and responsibilities required of persons involved in rigging and rigging support activities at TVA sites.

4.Identify the two rigging classifications and state the criteria used for their classifications.

5.Identify what type rigging planning is required, the criteria for planning, and who is responsible for planning and approval.

6.State the required controls for working near or in the load drop zone (LDZ)


Rigging program requirements

Objective 1:

Review and discuss the industry event included in this course for applicability to TVA rigging

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Rigging program requirements

Objective 2:

Match rigging terms to the correct definition as used in TSP721

What is the meaning?


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RIGGING

Used either singularly or in combination to attach a load to a lifting device for the purpose of stabilizing, lifting, pulling, or moving a suspended load.


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OVERHEAD LIFTING

The process of lifting which would elevate a freely suspended load to such a position that dropping the load would present a possibility of bodily injury or property damage.


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OVERHEAD HANDLING SYSTEM

A system comprised of all load bearing components used to lift the load, including the crane or hoist, the lifting device, and the interfacing load lift points


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REDUNDANT LIFT

  • Performed multiple times

  • Uses same hook and rigging

  • May involve different personnel during execution


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REPETITIVE LIFT

  • Performed multiple times

  • Uses same hook and rigging

  • Must use same personnel during execution


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INTERMEDIATE HOIST

A hoist placed between the load and hook of the overhead handling equipment, or in series with a sling used to lift a load


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LIFTING DEVICE

Any hardware used to suspend an object from a crane or hoist hook


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RIGGING LIMITED CAPACITY

AS CONFIGURED

  • The component of a rigging system that has the lowest capacity or weakest link as rigged.

  • Subject to hardware size, its WLL, angle the load is applied, and number of load lift points.


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BELOW THE HOOK (BTH) LIFTING DEVICE

Any fabricated assembly designed to attach a load to a hoist mechanism that is used to transport the load by suspending or lowering


Rigging program requirements

Objective 3:

State the individual roles and responsibilities required of persons involved in rigging and rigging support activities at TVA sites.


Rigging program requirements

RIGGING PROGRAM COORDINATOR

  • Ensures lifting & rigging conforms to the TVA Rigging Handbook

  • Helps in development of training & qualification of all riggers

  • Helps develop rigging plans

  • Provides oversight


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SUPERVISOR/FOREMAN

  • Ensures riggers are qualified & proficient

  • Ensures vendors & supplemental workers are qualified

  • Ensures personnel under their supervision perform rigging by procedure


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PERSON IN CHARGE

  • Qualified rigger

  • Responsible for safe conduct of rigging portion of lift

  • Determines load path & lay-down area prior to lift

  • Ensures personnel are not positioned between load & objects


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RIGGING AND RIGGER CLASSIFICATIONS

  • RIGGING

  • CLASSIFICATIONS

  • NORMAL

  • COMPLEX

  • RIGGER

  • CLASSIFICATIONS

  • BASIC

  • ADVANCED


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BASIC RIGGER

  • Develops normal rigging plans

  • Obtains weights & CGs

  • Understands limits of rigging

  • Understands requirements for lifting

  • Complies with plant/site load path requirements

  • Inspects rigging

  • Uses only approved rigging

  • Maintains housekeeping


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ADVANCED RIGGER


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SIGNAL PERSON

Must be a qualified rigger


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SIGNAL PERSON

Signal Person's duty:

Only responsibility is to flag, monitor & position load.

Person in Charge may perform Signal Person duties if…….


Rigging program requirements

SIGNAL PERSON

Optional for lifts with

verbal communication using:

  • Pendant cranes

  • Radio control cranes

  • Chain falls

  • Come-a-longs

  • Winch

  • Hoist

  • Forklift attachment

  • Block and tackle


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ENGINEERING

  • Approves rigging for temporary structural supports

  • Provides input/approval on rigging plans when requested


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TOOL ROOM/RIGGING STORAGE ATTENDANTS (AS APPLICABLE)

  • Trained & qualified to inspect rigging

  • Issues rigging only to qualified riggers

  • Ensures no defective rigging is issued

  • Removes, tags, & segregates all defective rigging


Rigging program requirements

GENERAL RESPONSIBLITIES

(MANAGEMENT EXPECTATIONS FOR ALL LIFTS)

  • TVA qualified rigger will direct each rigging activity

  • Everyone involved will attend a pre-job briefing

  • Only rigging with current annual inspection will be used

  • Qualified rigger will inspect all rigging prior to and after each lift

  • Inspect as necessary during use


Rigging program requirements

GENERAL RESPONSIBLITIES

(MANAGEMENT EXPECTATIONS FOR ALL LIFTS)

  • Use only established & approved rigging practices (TSP 721A)

  • Use only rigging purchased in accordance with ASME B30 standards or fabricated under TVA approved specs.

  • Do not alter unless approved by engineering

TVA

RIGGING

HANDBOOK

TSP 721A


Rigging program requirements

GENERAL RESPONSIBLITIES

(MANAGEMENT EXPECTATIONS FOR ALL LIFTS)

  • Determine accurate load weight prior to lift

  • Verify weight with load cell if necessary

  • Load must be free prior to being rigged for a lift (may use load cell)

  • Protect slings from sharp edges of their loads

  • Use “two minute rule” by completing the rigging card prior to making the lift

Dynamometer

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Rigging program requirements

GENERAL RESPONSIBLITIES

(MANAGEMENT EXPECTATIONS FOR ALL LIFTS)

  • Qualified Rigger:

  • Maintain housekeeping of rigging equipment after obtaining it and;

  • Prior to returning it to tool room or storage area

  • Inspect all rigging prior to, during, and after use

  • Return to proper storage after the job is completed


Rigging program requirements

RIGGING USED FOR TEMPORARY

STRUCTURAL SUPPORT

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Objective 4:

Identify the two rigging classifications and state the criteria used for their classifications.

COMPLEX

NORMAL


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NORMAL RIGGING

Lift must include all attributes

  • Known center of gravity

  • Load attachment points above center of gravity

  • Sling angle greater than 45° above horizontal

  • Single hook

  • Drift angle equal to or less than 15°

  • Load weight less than 40,000 pounds


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COMPLEX RIGGING

Lift only needs to meet

one or more attributes

  • Unknown center of gravity or center of gravity is 12” or more off geometric center in any direction

  • Load attachment points below center of gravity

  • Sling angle less than 45° above horizontal

  • More than one hook from overhead handling equipment

  • Drift angle greater than 15°

  • Load weight equal to or greater than 40,000 pounds


Rigging program requirements

Objective 5:

Identify what type rigging planning is required, the criteria for planning, and who is responsible for planning and approval.


Rigging program requirements

NORMAL RIGGING PLANS

  • All lifts require some form of planning

  • No documentation required for normal rigging (exception: when engineering assists)

  • TVA rigging card is required for all lifts


Rigging program requirements

TVA FORM 20403 RIGGING PLAN USE

REQUIREMENTS

• Complex rigging

• Any rigging requiring engineering assistance

• Any other lift where a written lift plan has been deemed necessary

TVA 20403

Exception:

If the lift is covered by a site procedure, a vendor drawing, engineering design output, or by the TVA Rigging Manual, then Form TVA Form 20403 is not required.


Rigging program requirements

TVA FORM 20403, RIGGING PLAN USE

REQUIRED FOR THESE HITCHES

SINGLE

INVERTED

BASKET

DOUBLE

INVERTED

BASKET

DOUBLE

CHOKER

EYES UP

TWO

SINGLE

BASKETS

The use of any of these hitches or any hitch not

shown in TABLE A-33 of TSP721A


Rigging program requirements

TVA 20403 RIGGING PLAN

COMPLETION & APPROVAL

  • COMPLEX RIGGING LIFTS

  • Initiation- Basic or Advanced Rigger

  • Approval- Advanced Rigger or designated qualified person

  • NORMAL RIGGING LIFTS

  • Initiation

  • Approval - Basic Rigger


Rigging program requirements

TVA RIGGING CARD USE

  • Required for every rigging job

  • Enforces stop, think, act and review before performing lift

  • No substitute for form TVA 20403 (Rigging Plan)

  • Completed in field prior to lifting load

  • Maintained at lift location during lift

  • Completed after rigging installation & ready to make lift

  • Person-in-Charge signs prior to making lift

  • Any block marked no requires concurrence


Rigging program requirements

TVA RIGGING CARD USE (CONTINUED)

  • • Used for redundant lifts if attributes re-verified by PIC

  • If so, use reverse side of card

  • If attributes change- new card required

  • Repetitive lifts by same crew may use same card without re-verification

  • Electronic versions or duplicates permitted


Rigging program requirements

Objective 6:

State the required controls for working near or in the load drop zone (LDZ)


Rigging program requirements

LOAD DROP ZONE (LDZ) AREA

D

  • Area that if load falls would cause injury

  • Area unless defined in JSA, procedure, or boundary controls =

  • Height of object + distance raised up to max. of 10 feet.

  • Continuously around object

  • For objects greater than 10 feet= radius of 10 feet + height of object

H

D+H

D+H

LOAD DROP ZONE

LIFTS LESS THAN 10’ OFF FLOOR

D

10’OR GREATER

D+10’

D+10’

LOAD DROP ZONE

LIFTS GREATER THAN 10’ OFF FLOOR

D= HEIGHT OF THE OBJECT

H= HEIGHT OBJECT IS RAISED


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LOAD DROP ZONE (LDZ) REQUIREMENTS

  • Personnel remain outside LDZ

  • Permission to enter required from Person in Charge (PIC)

  • Prior to lift:

  • Verify clear unobstructed load path & ingress/egress path

  • LDZ boundary monitoring

  • No one allowed under load


Rigging program requirements

PRE- JOB BRIEFINGS (PJB)

Pre-Job Briefing items to discuss:

TVA SPP-18.005

Rigging plan

Specific assignments

Communication methods

LDZ size & control

Safe egress

Load control

Load positioning

Emergency stop signal

Location of power disconnects

Contingencies


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LOAD CONTROL WITH TAG LINE

  • Preferred method of load control

  • Discuss in PJB

  • Long enough to clear LDZ

  • Never wrap around body

  • Attach far from C.G. as possible

  • Trail the load

  • Use shepherd’s hook or similar device to reach tag line or adjust cribbing


Rigging program requirements

EMPLOYEE GUIDING A SUSPENDING A LOAD

Person can assist guiding in place with hands if the following are met:

Tag line ineffective

Load is chest high or less

No risk of being struck by load

Hazards identified preventing tripping, falling under load

Hand & body part hazards for pinch points evaluated & eliminated

Discuss in PJB


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WHAT DO I DO WHEN THE RIGGING JOB IS COMPLETE?

  • Inspect rigging after use,

  • Clean work area

  • Return rigging to storage


Rigging program requirements

SUMMARY

  • Any time rigging and lifting of a load is performed, there is the potential for an accident.

  • Loads can and do fall.

  • Rigging accidents are never planned, they occur when things are overlooked or safety rules are violated.

  • No one wants a rigging accident to happen or to be involved in one. Serious injury or death can be the result.

  • This course has been developed to inform you of the TVA rigging program requirements in an effort to prevent rigging accidents from happening

  • Always use safety first as a rule when performing rigging activities


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